we’d like to remind everyone that we’ve re-booted the issue tracker
(available at http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/issues), and
as a consequence will be removing the patch-gnuradio mailing list very
We want to ask anyone posting bugs, feature requests, patches etc. to go
through the issue tracker from now on.
Issue tracker FAQ:
=== Why is this happening? ===
We would like one central place for all issues, and also would like the
possibility to automatically assign certain issues to certain people.
The tracker is a much better place to do this than the patch-gnuradio
mailing list is.
It also has the advantage of removing conversations specific to this
patch (e.g. “Can you please make sure the indenting is correct” and
mundane stuff like that) from the mailing list.
=== What do I need to post issues? ===
Ideally, you register an account and request the right to post bugs
(this last step is an unfortunate countermeasure against spam bots,
which have been a real pest).
Then you head to http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/issues
and post away. It’s pretty self-explanatory.
If you know which category the bug belongs to, please select that. This
will speed up the process.
Patches can be uploaded as an attachment to an issue.
=== Can I post without registering? ===
You may use the guest user account (guest:gnuradio).
=== What if I don’t know the answer to all the questions? ===
Just leave them empty. We will hunt down incomplete issues and decide
their fate. Don’t be discouraged to post!
=== There’s this issue I have a solution for, now what? ===
That’s exactly what the tracker is there for. If there’s an unresolved
bug, and you have a solution, just yell. We’ll assign the issue to you,
and then everyone knows someone is taking care of it.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Communications Engineering Lab (CEL)
Dipl.-Ing. Martin B.
Phone: +49 721 608-43790
Fax: +49 721 608-46071
KIT – University of the State of Baden-Württemberg and
National Laboratory of the Helmholtz Association